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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 8, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 8, 2012
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  • Turn On The Jets Roundtable Week 5 – Jets/Texans Predictions
    The TOJ staff gives their predictions for Jets/Texans tonight
  • Texans @ Jets: What To Watch For
    In lieu of a traditional game preview, The Green Room staff has compiled our thoughts on tonight’s game and highlighted a few things we’ve got our eye on. Let us know what you’ll be watching for in tonight’s game by weighing in via the comments section below. Kristine The struggling Jets run defense will face another [...]
  • Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, Week 5 – Jets vs. Texans
    Turn On The Jets with 12 predictions for the Jets Monday night game against the Texans
  • More time for Tebow?
    With the Jets’ offense mired in a 1-for-34 slump (one TD in its last 34 possessions), and with owner Woody Johnson concerned about filling his big stadium, it wouldn’t be a surprise at all if Tim Tebow’s playing time is increased — starting Monday night against the Texans.

    Of course, it’s not exactly a leap to say he’ll get more reps than usual, considering he’s had only 32 offensive snaps in four games. The real question is, will they give him an entire series at quarterback, putting slumping starter Mark Sanchez on the bench?

  • No Huddle – Monday Night Football Preview Edition
    TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle to preview Monday Night Football
  • The Jets must show FIGHT tonight or It’s Over
    The New York Jets Take on the Houston Texans tonight on MNF to finish off week 5 and honestly, I’m not worried. Let me explain. I’m not worried about losing, because I believe my expectations…

    For more stories on the New York Jets and Social Media, visit Jets Twit! J-E-T-S TWIT TWIT TWIT!!

  • Quarterly report: Playing time for D
    A playing-time breakdown for every player on defense through the first four games (284 snaps):

    DEFENSIVE LINE

    Muhammad Wilkerson — 238 snaps, 84 percent

    Mike DeVito — 164 snaps, 58 percent

    Sione Po’uha — 128 snaps, 45 percent

    Kenrick Ellis — 110 snaps, 39 percent

    Quinton Coples — 104 snaps, 37 percent

    Marcus Dixon — 57 snaps, 20 percent

    LINEBACKER

    David Harris — 284 snaps, 100 percent

    Calvin Pace — 274 snaps, 96 percent

    Bart Scott — 234 snaps, 82 percent

    Garrett McIntyre — 128 snaps, 45 percent

    Aaron Maybin — 48 snaps, 17 percent

    Bryan Thomas — 42 snaps, 15 percent

    Josh Mauga — 39 snaps, 14 percent

    Demario Davis — 16 snaps, 6 percent

    SECONDARY

    Yeremiah Bell — 284 snaps, 100 percent

    LaRon Landry — 272 snaps, 96 percent

    Antonio Cromartie — 266 snaps, 94 percent

    Kyle Wilson — 226 snaps, 80 percent

    Darrelle Revis — 93 snaps, 33 percent

    Ellis Lankster — 61 snaps, 21 percent

    Eric Smith — 55 snaps, 19 percent

    Isaiah Trufant — 9 snaps, 3 percent

    Joe McKnight — 2 snaps, 0.

  • Week 5 Texans-Jets Injury Report
    Houston Texans Demps, Quintin SS Thumb/Forearm DNP DNP DNP Out Jean, Lestar WR Knee DNP DNP DNP Out Alexander, Mister LB Hip – FP FP probable Braman, Bryan LB Hamstring/Neck FP FP FP probable Caldwell, Antoine G Ankle/Knee LP LP FP probable Cody, Shaun DT Back LP LP FP probable Daniels, Owen TE Thigh LP [...]
  • Those resilient Jets? Don’t think so
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Frankly, the New York Jets don’t give a damn what you think. Wide receiver Chaz Schilens expressed that sentiment rather bluntly.

    “We’re 2-2, everyone thinks we suck,” he said. “Who cares? Screw everyone. They think we suck, so … There are a lot of other teams that are 2-2, and they’re called resurgent and ‘Oh, they’re so great.’ It doesn’t matter. We’re going to play the game as well as we can.”

    That game is Monday night against the undefeated Houston Texans at MetLife Stadium, where the Jets have the big stage to show the nation they’re not the punchless, lifeless group that was accused of quitting last week by San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers.

  • Cromartie looks to emerge from Revis’ shadow
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Antonio Cromartie, who is now the Jets’ de facto No. 1 cornerback, will have a whole new slate of receivers to match up against this year. Usually, handling the opposition’s top wide receiver would fall to Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis. Instead, Cromartie finds himself watching tape of Revis handing players like Houston’s Andre Johnson as he prepares this week.

    “He’s one of the best receivers in the game,” Cromartie said of Johnson.

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